Internationaler (englischsprachiger) Masterstudiengang Structural Chemistry and Spectroscopy

Objectives

The consecutive International Master Study introduces advanced methods in spectroscopy and the structure exploration of chemical and biochemical compounds (bio-polymers, esp.). The insight in structural aspects, structural spectroscopic investigations, and synthesis of complex substances constitute the major focus of the programme.

The study is based on applied research, which means students should work and think independently in a research context. In order to ensure international scientific contacts and co-operations, the programme language is English.

Content

The study programme is laid out for two years (4 semesters) with overall 120 ECTS credit points. One credit point corresponds to a mean workload of 30 hours. The study can also be completed in part-time (4 years, 30 credit point per year).

Up to 60 credit points may be acquired abroad. This is recommended but lies in the student’s own responsibility and requires prior consultations. For comparison, see the ASC master study programme where international mobility is mandatory.

Structure

Mandatory modules:
Structure Analysis in Inorganic Chemistry
NMR on Biosystems
Medicinical Chemistry
Time-resolved and Surface Spectroscopy

Choice-obligatory modules:
e.g.: Mass Spectrometry / Solid State Chemistry / Transient Chemistry / Protein Christallography / Highlights in Natural Product Synthesis / Modern Concepts in Catalysis / Surface Analysis of Solids/ ...

Choice-obligatory practical courses:
e.g.: Laboratory Course in Receptor Biochemistry / Laboratory Course in Reaction Kinetics and Structure / Bioorganic Structural Analytics by NMR / Laboratory Course in Computer Simulation for Investigation of Fluid Interfaces / Laboratory Course in Supramolecular Coordination Chemistry / ...

Master Thesis Work: mandatory, workload of 30 credit points

letzte Änderung: 24.06.2014